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Re: [IPk] Bleeding

That's happened to me twice. It's just like when you take a shot and it 
bleeds. It bleeds alot I guess cuz it's a bigger needle.

Just part of pumping!

>From: Steve Hargreaves <email @ redacted>
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: Re: [IPk] Bleeding
>Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2006 00:52:46 +0100
>Hi Tim
>Scary, isn't it. It's only happened to me once - took a couple of weeks to 
>heal - but been fine since (even though I do tend to leave the sets in 
>longer than I should).
>If it's the first time I wouldn't worry too much. I tend to take any sign 
>of discomfort as a wake up call to change the set these days (excessive 
>pain or any itchiness around the site that last more than two minutes from 
>insertion tends to be a good rule of thumb for me).
>You probably hit a capillary or something - I shouldn't be too concerned at 
>the moment. Chalk it up to experience :o)
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